Dawn of the Old Ones

“His output was incredible, and maintained a very high standard.” — Philip Harbottle, Editor, Fantasy Adventures.


The Old Gods were ancient myths and legends from a time lost.

But now there are whispers that they may rise again…

A mysterious energy hurtles towards Earth. Flummoxed and frantic, the scientists draw up their conclusions.

Suddenly Dr. Vincent Trevelyan finds himself working with a secret group called the Organisation. Very quickly, Vincent’s world begins to unravel.

One hypothesis for these strange events is based on his missing uncle’s research.

Edmund Trevelyan’s seemingly unimportant manuscript on the Old Gods, suddenly becomes the key to discover answers.

In a race against time, Vincent and the Organisation must embark on a voyage to stop these great and ancient beings before They take over the Earth once again.

Dawn of the Old Ones by John Glasby is a page-turning novel, masterfully merging science-fiction and fantasy. It is the second book in the Dark Armageddon trilogy.

Praise for John Glasby:

“A thrilling read.” – Robert Foster, acclaimed author of The Lunar Code.

“His output was incredible, and maintained a very high standard.” — Philip Harbottle, Editor, Fantasy Adventures

Project Jove

In the near future, Jove Mission establishes a scientific base on the tempestuous surface of Jupiter, led by Norbert Donner and the enigmatic Director Stanton.

Manned by machines and a fleet of remote-controlled exploratory ships known as Flies, Jove is at the frontier of mankind’s ambitions. Their mission: to explore the galaxy and the planets within it for precious resources and to uncover unknown mysteries.

Soon, their progress quickens.

But could Stanton be hiding the truth of their discoveries?

Senator Clinton Durant, convinced Stanton is hiding something on Jove, races to Jupiter to seek answers. He knows that not all is as it seems with Project Jove…

What danger will Durant face?

Will he survive Jupiter, or fail and be lost to oblivion?

Project Jove is a gripping science fiction mystery set in and around the nigh-unexplored area of Jupiter.

Praise for John Glasby:

‘A thrilling read.’ – Robert Foster, acclaimed author of The Lunar Code.

John Glasby was born in 1928, and graduated from University with an honours degree in Chemistry. He started his career as a research chemist for I.C.I, in 1952, and worked for them until his retirement. During the early 1960s, Glasby wrote dozens of paperback westerns, all of which were reprinted in hardcover and paperback four decades later. Following his retirement from I.C.I., Glasby produced a steady stream of new westerns, science fiction and crime novels, right up to his death in 2010.


Venture Press is a science fiction and fantasy imprint of Endeavour Press, the UK’s leading independent digital publisher. We are committed to the discovery and rediscovery of immensely talented authors in the SFF genre, and continue to push boundaries in search of great literature. Join us as we venture across universes and unknown landscapes – past, present and future.

The Coming of Cthugha

Human history is not what we thought it was…

When Doctor Edmund Trevelyan goes missing in Cornwall, his nephew discovers a manuscript that poses more questions than it answers.

Charnwood House, a mysterious mansion and former residence of a colleague of the doctor, is the last place he was seen in person. Four years have passed, and still no news. Delving into the manuscript, the nephew unravels a cryptic maze of clues that are too strange to be true.

But they are…

The Coming of Cthugha is a gripping science fiction mystery, told in the vein of the Lovecraftian Mythos. It is the first book of a trilogy.

Praise for John Glasby:

‘A thrilling read.’ – Robert Foster, acclaimed author of The Lunar Code.

John Glasby was born in 1928, and graduated from University with an honours degree in Chemistry. He started his career as a research chemist for I.C.I, in 1952, and worked for them until his retirement. During the early 1960s, Glasby wrote dozens of paperback westerns, all of which were reprinted in hardcover and paperback four decades later. Following his retirement from I.C.I., Glasby produced a steady stream of new westerns, science fiction and crime novels, right up to his death in 2010.


Venture Press is a science fiction and fantasy imprint of Endeavour Press, the UK’s leading independent digital publisher. We are committed to the discovery and rediscovery of immensely talented authors in the SFF genre, and continue to push boundaries in search of great literature. Join us as we venture across universes and unknown landscapes – past, present and future.